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Hi, I must be a complete idiot, because I have managed to put a question about cosmos on three times, have no idea how I've done it, and have no idea how to remove two of them. Please ignore two of them
My Timperley Early rhubarb ( second season plant) produced wonderful results under the terracotta forcer but promptly died when I removed the cover. It had further stems already growing at this point. How can I prevent this happening to my next
I am storing my fucshias in a heated greenhouse for the winter,is it ok to put them under the staging or do the need light? Have you removed the leaves? -if yes- -no they don't need light until you bring them back into growth.
new to gardening, do hellebores need to be cut back? if so when. You should cut off all the old foliage in late winter or early spring as the new foliage and flwoer stems appear. This helps you see the flowers better and removes old growth which
I tried to take up the clematis offer in the April issue but I was offered an error message 3005 in the montroseofguernsey site but when I removed the clematis and tried to pay for the poilanthes in the same basket there was no error message. I
Chris Beardshaw demonstrates how to prune an old viburnum, removing sideshoots and woody growth to reinvigorate the plant and encourage flowering.springMore advice on pruning plantsHow to prune shrub rosesAdvice on pruning techniquesHow to summer
Plant new fruit trees, canes and bushesUse cloches to warm soil for early sowingsPrepare areas for planting asparagusPrune apple and pear trees to remove congested, badly placed, damaged or diseased branchesCover seakale to force new shoots
Hi, I have tiny pin head type mushrooms appearing in my orchid compost. Are they a problem to myslef or the orchid? Should I remove them? If so what is the best way to do this please? These are orchids which have been resting for a while
Can anyone tell me if this is a suitable time of year for cutting down ferns? Bit early yet. I do not do our deciduous ones until the fronds have completely died down. The evergreen ones I remove one old frond for each new frond that appears
I have a few Broccoli plants on my allotment with beautiful heads, When I remove them, how long (in weeks) before I will have more side shoots ready to cut? Depends a lot on the soil conditions and the weather.